Thai staffer arrested after secret cameras present in female bogs at Bangkok’s Australian Embassy

Thai police have now arrested a former workers member at Australia’s embassy in Bangkok. The arrest follows the invention of of hidden “spy” cameras in the embassy’s female bathrooms. The former embassy staffer was arrested final month.
At Members only ‘s not known how long the cameras had been in place, what they recorded or whose privateness has been violated by the invention. The cameras have been only discovered after an SD card (digital recording card) was discovered on the floor of the female loos. The cameras were allegedly pointed in the direction of the female showers and bathroom cubicles.
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has confirmed that the previous Thai staff member was arrested by Royal Thai Police on January 6.
The former employee has been named as Bank Thamsongsana, a married man in his 30s, and is reported by Australia’s ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) to have twin Australian and Thai citizenship, and had been employed as an IT methods manager since 2013. Before his employment within the Bangkok embassy the man had lived and studied in Australia, and been employed in different Australian government positions.
An unnamed ABC staffer, primarily based in the Australian embassy, told the ABC that feminine workers are “very anxious”.
“Some of the women don’t really feel safe to stay there. They feel compromised and threatened.”
Thai Police have informed the ABC that the matter was “a sensitive case” and that it “involved many people”.
Australia’s embassy in Thailand is meant to be a secure government building and questions are being requested how such a safety breach might have occurred. Ultimate constructing has solely been in use since 2017 when the Australian Embassy moved from its former iconic Sathorn Road location..g

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